Does contributing to the world’s most advanced lithography machines make you feel responsible and proud? Do you want to work in a challenging environment with highly motivated (committed, engaged) and skilled teams, where people are proud and enjoy their work?
Are you an enthusiastic engineer who is fascinated by defining, validating and releasing service sequences on system level? Are planning and organizing some of your best skills? Do you want to use your technical affinity and networking skills to define and facilitate industrialization of service sequences for EUV? Then the role of EUV Service Sequence Integrator is just for you!
The D&E EUV Service Integration group is part of the EUV (Extreme Ultra Violet) Business Line in ASML. Its challenge is to develop, deliver, integrate and qualify service sequences for combined repairs and upgrades on EUV systems.
Within D&E Systems Integration, the EUV Service Sequence Integrator is responsible for the creation, planning, preparation, verification and release of the service sequences for complex repairs and upgrades, MTTR (Mean Time To Repair) and PM (preventive maintenance) Integration.
The Service Sequence Integrator is heavily involved in the development and industrialization of service sequences using system wide scope to oversee dependencies on system level.
The EUV Service Sequence Integrator works closely with the service integration Project Lead and MDO (Main delivery Owner) to create and execute service sequences for combined repairs and upgrades on the ASML systems. As Service Integrator you will have the chance to build up your own network at ASML by interfacing with the other D&E projects, integrators, customer support, factory, system test engineers, configuration engineers and proto engineers.
Overall responsibility is to deliver, prepare, execute, coordinate and verify service sequences including recovery, taking into account dependencies, resourcing, tooling, materials, and other prerequisites. This is either a system level service sequences or combined repair and upgrade sequence. You will also report daily progress and delays and escalate issues.
You are going to be responsible for:
Bachelor of Science or Master of Science in Optical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Engineering Physics, Physics, Applied Physics, Mechanical Engineering or Industrial engineering.
General proficiency with tools, systems, integration, and procedures required to accomplish the job. Two years of experience is preferred in:
Context of the position
Within ASML the sector Development & Engineering (D&E) is responsible for the specification and the design of the ASML products. The department System Integration is part of D&E and responsible for the integration of modules into a proto system and proves that the system can meet the specifications. The D&E EUV Upgrade Integration group is part of the System Integration Department at ASML. Its challenge is to develop, deliver, integrate and qualify preparation plan for upgrades on EUV systems.
High quality people are a key asset to our company. To recognize that, we offer highly competitive compensation and benefits packages to attract and retain the very best people and let them share in the success that they build. Our rewards philosophy is to attract and retain specific professional knowledge and competencies within the company by offering a competitive package in local markets where ASML is active.
This position requires access to U.S. controlled technology, as defined in the United States Export Administration Regulations. Qualified candidates must be legally authorized to access such U.S. controlled technology prior to beginning work. Business demands may require ASML to proceed with applicants who are immediately eligible to access U.S. controlled technology.
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